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Can I go in line with my NON US Citizen husband because he doesn't know much english and gets nervous easily?


Hello

I am an American Citizen but my husband is not he is a French citizen. I will be going back to USA in a week or two and I was wondering if I could pass in the NON Citizen line with him to speak to the immigration officer for him, because he does not speak very good english and gets nervous when he doesn't know what they're saying. We recently got married and were planning to surprise my parents for the holidays with the news. My concern is that I dont want the US immigration officers to not let him in because they might think he will stay. But we won't stay in US we live in France and he has a business and goes to school in France. I just want to explain everything to the officer correctly so he won't detain us for not comprehending correctly. So please help us with any advice or if you have the same story.

Thanks!

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